Clean Action Network, an online community for people to solve some of the world’s toughest challenges, was recently unveiled at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) in New York City.
Founded by William Loiry, president of Equity International, and designed and developed by Jennings Public Relations & Advertising in Kansas City, Mo., the Clean Action Network was created to facilitate and empower people interested in creating a clean future. Members on the site range from consumers and entrepreneurs to business leaders and government officials from across the globe. The community is committed to providing educational tools for its members to address solutions and solving top environmental issues ranging from clean air and drinking water to the health and safety of children.
Valerie Jennings, CEO & president of Jennings Public Relations & Advertising, Inc., said the new online community gives people a voice in the preservation of the world’s future. “Solutions to global challenges no longer lie in the hands of the powerful; anyone can contribute to solving our world’s challenges. The Clean Action Network provides a forum for people to share and discuss ideas and insights,” Jennings said.
The announcement is part of Loiry’s commitment at the Clinton Global Initiative for a clean future.